Lately, there have been some signs of rejuvenation for Google's Chrome OS and Chrombooks based on the platform. As noted here, Chrome OS and Chromebooks got off to a shaky start due to the fact that they require users to use applications and store data in the cloud--a two-fisted approach that alienated some users who wanted local apps and data storage.
But since then, Chromebooks running Chrome OS have started to gain some traction in schools, and some people are doing what we predicted would happen in the first place: They are loading their favorite Linux distributions alongside Chrome OS on their Chromebooks.
It looks like Chrome OS, the Linux-based operating system created by Google for Chromebooks, will be updated in the near future with a new notification center which looks almost identical to... Keep reading ? Read Post
Acer, along with Samsung, was the first hardware maker to produce a Chromebook, which is a laptop based on Google’s Chrome operating system. The Chrome OS was introduced back in December of 2010 when Google began shipping free CR-4... Read Post